Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Tuula Rands West Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Posted: 2020-07-08

Chapter 14 - The Sixth Sense


Hill writes "The SIXTH SENSE is that portion of the subconscious 
mind which has been referred to as the Creative 
Imagination. It has also been referred to as the 
“receiving set” through which ideas, plans, and 
thoughts flash into the mind."

Hill tells us of his experience with his "imaginary
council" from which he received ideas, plans and 
thoughts.

He shared with us that "This is the first time that 
I have had the courage to mention this. Heretofore, 
I have remained quiet on the subject, because I knew, from my own attitude 
in connection with such matters, that I would be 
misunderstood if I described my unusual experience. 
I have been emboldened now to reduce my experience 
to the printed page, because I am now less concerned 
about what “they say” than I was in the years that 
have passed." "

When we were first introduced to Network Marketing I 
believe we used our sixth sense because we "knew" this
was something really good.  We soon found out that not
everyone shared the same idea and soon that 
"what will people think" kicked in and we became too
concerned with what "they say".

Hill also tells us "One of the blessings of maturity is 
that it sometimes brings one greater courage to be 
truthful, regardless of what those who do not understand, 
may think or say."

When we learn to trust our "sixth sense" instead of 
worrying what others think we can move forward and live 
our life the way we want instead of trying to please everyone else.  

We can create our own imaginary council.
The head of my council is the creator of all things.  I can 
approach His throne through prayer and study and receive guidance
in any area of my life.  I can add to my council anyone
that I feel would help with what I want to accomplish,
people who have the character I want, the success I want in
my personal life and business.

The sixth sense is, as Michael Dlouhy, would say, "another
tool in the toolbox."

Tuula Rands